Why did you choose to attend Mount?

Mounties share the factor that pulled them into this Sisterhood.


Magic-THON Committee engages in a group hug after the events of the night

Zoey Gambone, Staff writer

Every Mountie has their reasons for choosing this path. Some chose it for the academics and others chose it for the “all girls” aspect. I asked fellow Mounties why they chose The Mount and this is some insight for what they chose.





“I am a legacy,” Amy Perkins ’24 said.







“When Mount  representatives came  to my school they told us  how it was and I liked the academics and the idea of sisterhood,” Gianna Piroso ‘24 said.









“I came from a pretty good public school, but Mount had a better 504 plan and better accommodations for my ADHD,” Gray Fullmer ‘24 said.


“I wanted a better education, and I did not want to attend public school,” Emma Meng ‘26 said.



“I wanted to go to school with my sister, the academics are good and I love the crew team,” Stella Bratfield ‘26 said.







“I didn’t like public school and I was looking for an alternative,” Mila Spisic ‘26 said.






“My mom went to Saint Basils and she always said that she wanted a Catholic school environment for me. I went to

public school for my whole life, but I shadowed The Mount an Gwynedd and really felt the community at Mount and that I was very welcomed,” Caroline Schellinger ‘25 said.




“It was the closest school available and it seemed like a good idea because we were Catholic. We thought I would know more people,” Georgia Bartolo ‘25 said.